The deep, dark red is the result of mixing red with a dash of green and blue, resulting in brown with purple undertones. Burgundy was chosen as the color of the year of 2018, and it comes from good reasons. Featuring it many and many events, from fashion week to Summer’s best picks for wedding, it shows how everyone is into it enthusiastically.
Here are our examples of Burgundy personalized wedding invitations,
It comes in handy Docx file, which is editable with Microsoft Word. What a great feature to have, isn’t it? Definitely. Aside from that, you also got 6 beautiful collections in portrait orientation and also has solid white and white-black marble background options to choose.
Polygon shape right at the center of the card is the place where you can put your information on it. Every details have been calculated perfectly, so it does have pretty large space and I’m pretty sure your text will be accommodated fitly in there. What’s surrounding it? This part is my favorite, by the way. Since your text/text-box will be surrounded with gorgeous roses in burgundy color, not too dark nor too bright, perfect to enhance the beauty of your invitation cards.
How to Download
- We provide our templates for free, and to support “easy-to-access”, we decided to put all of our templates in Google Drive.
- So, click the download button above this instruction, and you will get the access to our Google drive storage.
- In that page, click download > locate the folder > Click “Save”, or tap “Enter”, and the download process will be started shortly.
What should I do next?
First thing, you have to extract the file with WinRar or any Rar file opener. Then move on to Fonts folder, install all fonts. Once you done with this process, you can open the file and insert your information to the template. Save gradually after you make some changes to avoid any error. And last but not least, print the file on cardstock paper and now you’re ready to distribute it to your guests.